Technology provider Leverate announced today the launch of a new service called ‘Go East’. As the name implies, this package equips companies with the necessary tools to begin operations in Asia.
Asia, and China in particular, is a mammoth market and one that is still developing, making it a popular target for Western firms. Leverate’s general manager in China, Andy Zhang, said: “Asia currently accounts for more than one-third of all global traders and is set to be a main source of brokerage growth in years to come.”
According to the company statement, the Go East package is comprised of technology, execution, and management services. It includes localised trading platforms and on-location office setup and marketing assistance.
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Leverate has two offices in China already, in Shanghai and Hong Kong. CEO Yasha Polyakov said: “We are perfectly positioned to help brokers tap into this ripe market where they can take advantage of full turnkey solutions that will enable them to enter China and Southeast Asia easily and successfully.”
Leverate CMO Nicc Lewis will be taking part in a seminar on the subject of marketing at the Finance Magnates London Summit tomorrow.